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of america's most original and influential... depp: the sixties begin with a shot. [ gunshot ] the civil rights movement intensifies. the war in vietnam gets bigger and bldier. man: president johnson, meanwhile, let it be known that the fbi is closely watching all anti-war activity. depp: the youth movement catches fire, making everyone over 30 a cultural enemy. the days of ricky nelson and "leave it to beaver" are over. i have nothing against kissing. but these friends of yours, penny, they want to kiss you all night. depp: the establishment resists, but a genuine counter-culture is growing. for some, psychedelics like lsd open the doors of perception. the doors: ♪ the gate is straight ♪ deep and wide, break on through ♪ depp: a massive cultural earthquake is splitting the country wide open. and out of the crack steps a band called the doors. man: name? robby krieger. age? 22 years old. occupation? guitar. name? john densmore. age? 23. occupation? percussionist. name? raymond daniel manzarek. age? born 2/12/39. occupation? musician, organist. name? uh, jim. occupation? um... depp:
is the number one problem in america. and if you all don't want to deal with that, that's your problem. >> marshall brown, campaign advisor: police brutality was big. you got to remember, most of the police department, their recruits came out of places like west virginia, south carolina, pennsylvania, maryland, they didn't even come from d.c. >> police officer: i tell you, i am actually ashamed that these young people are in my generation. if i were to do some of the stuff these punks are doing out on the street now, my old man would kick my fanny up around my ears. ♪ whoa, oh, oh ♪ whoa, oh, oh, oh-oh ♪ it's a cryin' shame >> i don't consider this riffraff and what-not out here in the streets part of the community. >> no more than three blacks were ever allowed to congregate. and they said, "look, you can't stand on this corner. i don't care if you're holding a conversation with your cousin, move on." >> barry: i'm not concerned about what happens to marion barry because when i go out here, more than likely, i can deal with the police, more than likely. but i'm talkin' about wha
're welcome america. ah! oh my god! no! noooo. great, now you made me kill jimmy kimmel. why don't you all watch this clip of ellen interviewing dennis quaid and be ashamed of yourselves. we had sent dennis quaid over to starbucks ah, here on the warner brothers lot i put an ifb in his ear which did not hurt and uh, we have a hidden camera and he has to say whatever i tell him to say and no one there at starbucks knows that this is happening. he just wandered in, there's a hidden camera and something in his ear and uh, let's see if this works. we didn't rehearse it; we've never done this before. hey dennis? dennis quaid: yes. ellen degeneres: you can hear me then i guess? dennis quaid: yes i can hear you, is my hidden camera working i wonder? ellen degeneres: well, that's not the hidden one. dennis quaid: oh! ellen degeneres: alright. dennis quaid: oh that's right, i can see him too. ellen degeneres: yea. alright, the hidden camera is in your bag, so if it's, if it's not aiming in their direction, i'm going to have to tell you to move it around or. ok? dennis quaid: ok. ellen degeneres: al
31, 1760. right. look how early that is in the history of america with slavery and with freedom and important people. now, is your family in any way well-recognized? could you tell me a little bit about how this bible is very important not just from the slavery component? from what i understand, inside this bible is also accounts of president monroe in here, and it says something about jerome bonaparte in here. and who was jerome bonaparte, may i ask? he married betsy patterson, and his brother, napoleon, had it annulled. is that exciting? i mean, i know it's your family history? to me, i think it's exciting to know it. this is important to the genealogical person. this is important to the person that collects books, and important to the person that is into african-american history. well, i'm very, very excited. years ago, i sold a smaller bible with much less significant slave history, for $4,000. i'm going to fall off a stool. no, please don't fall off a stool. but here's the story. if i sold one maybe seven years ago for $4,000 that had a smidgeon of slave history from the 18
great those seats are. i'm serious. if america's under attack and the only way we can find out who the terrorists are is if you tell me how great those seats are, don't tell me. if the rampart division of the l.a.p.d. tells you they'll tell you who shot biggie if you tell me how great those seats are, i don't want to know. hey. just--if stedman graham comes up to you and says he'll tell you what's really going on with him, oprah, and gayle if you tell me how great these seats are, keep your mouth shut. - hey, hey, hey. you really don't know what's going on between oprah and gayle? - fine, but all that other stuff still applies. - okay. - coming up next, another rihanna-thon right here on lux 97. more commercials, less songs: lux 97. we play the hit. - by the time they play a song without rihanna, i can grow up, get a job, earn some money, and fly myself to l.a. i mean, how long are we supposed to listen to this stupid radio station? - why not just put in a cassette and record everything and then sift through all the songs later? - why are you carrying around a cassette tape? - i th
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